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Andrew Janovsky

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Word Matching for Integrated Algebra
Posted: May 29, 2008 1:14 PM
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I have developed individualized self-checking word matching files for
Integrated Algebra. Most of the words have been selected from the official
Integrated Algebra Glossary.

http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/3-8/LanguageAlgebra.doc



Some words were added because they were used in other Integrated Algebra
materials. Use the Integrated Algebra wiki link below to see these files,
instructions for using them, and a list of references.



http://nysalgebrareview.pbwiki.com/upload.php



A sample Algebra sheet is shown below. I will send sample sheets for
Geometry and Number Sense in separate emails.



You can print class sets or a different sheet for each student. You have
the option of including a fold back answer key in the right column of each
sheet or leaving this column blank and printing separate answer keys.



You can edit the words and definitions to suit your needs.



Please feel free to share these files with other teachers.

If you need more information, my email address is janovsky1@optonline.net





Andy



Andrew Janovsky

Yeshiva Ohr Hameir

Peekskill, NY









Name_________________________

Form #

200

Algebra

Fold

here




Definition or Example

Letter

Answer

Answers






1

A function with a variable in the exponent.

K

A)

5

K


2

The set of all elements that are common to two or more sets.

L

B)

8

L


3

An equation that can be written in the form

ax? + bx + c =0.

C)

A + B

R


4

An algebraic expression consisting of two terms.



D)

AB

E


5

The set of all elements that are contained in at least one of the sets.

E)

binomial

X


6

The point of intersection of a graph and the y-axis.



F)

closure

Y


7

The median of the numbers above the median.



G)

coordinates

V


8

{x?x is an integer and x>3 }



H)

degree of a monomial

U


9

An equation that states that two ratios are equal.



I)

direct variation

Q


10

Terms that have the same index and the same radicand.



J)

element

N


11

y = 5x y = .3x y = kx



K)

exponential function

I


12

An object contained in a set.



L)

intersection of sets

J


13

A quantity divided by zero.



M)

interval notation

W


14

The sum of the exponents of the variables in the monomial.



N)

like radical terms

H


15

An ordered pair that identifies a point on a coordinate plane.



O)

monomial

G


16

The sum of A and B.



P)

polynomial

C


17

A number, a variable or the product of a number and one or more variables.



Q)

proportion

O


18

A monomial or sum of monomials



R)

quadratic equation

P


19

( 3, 4 ] [ -5, 6 )



S)

relation

M


20

A set of ordered pairs



T)

roster form

S


21

The y-intercept of the line y = 5x + 8



U)

set-builder notation

B


22

The slope of a line parallel to

the line y = 5x + 8



V)

third quartile

A


23

The product of A and B.



W)

undefined

D


24

If p and q are numbers in a set then p + q is in the set.



X)

union of sets

F


25

A notation listing all members of a set using set brackets.

Y)

y-intercept

T














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